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Four imperatives to fight the ‘turbulent winds’ The UN chief then spoke of four specific issues in the region that could benefit from a comprehensive regional approach, starting with the imperative for a two-State solution, for Israel and Palestine, “living side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders, and with Jerusalem (Al-Quds) as capital of both States”. (...) The situation is difficult, but it is essential that we use this window of opportunity to help further a Libyan-led solution. pic.twitter.com/fezCWVVTs2 — António Guterres (@antonioguterres) March 30, 2019 “There is no Plan B: without two states, there is no solution,” he stressed, noting that the  ongoing violence in Gaza  is a tragic reminder of the fragility of the situation. The second specific issue the UN chief mentioned is the conflict in Yemen: “Following last December’s  breakthrough in Stockholm , we continue to work closely with the parties to achieve progress towards the redeployment of forces in Hudaydah and the opening of humanitarian corridors on the way to a political solution for Yemen.”
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Score: 771618.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/03/1035821
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The meeting agreed to send another liaison statement to the concerned ITU-T and ITU-D study groups mentioning that ITU-R has agreed with the proposed definition of the term “broadband access” and asking their views. https://www.itu.int/md/dologin_md.asp? (...) In that regard, it was further mentioned that an input contribution to ITU-R Working Party 6C would be prepared in order to include an informative annex to Recommendation ITU-R BT.500 providing guidelines for organizers of subjective tests on what should be mentioned to the assessors. (...) Concerning the term “Chromaticity”, it was mentioned that it would be preferable to have an ITU-R Recommendation or Report as the source for the term and its definition.
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Score: 771075.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...D61%20-%20Meeting%20report.pdf
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In addition, to enhance our networks UNDP has recently established CSOs platform and private sector platform to improve the quality of work. · N/A · The ICPR mentioned ‘UNDP maintains a focus on livelihoods and enterprise development through several initiatives. (...) Therefore, youth-led organisations should be mentioned even more as allies and partners. · Noted. (...) Requirement under the UNSDCF 2022-2025, Government endorsement letter & SP 2022-2025 · N/A · Important that UNDP harnesses local solutions, knowledge and innovative solutions and approaches in its program delivery.
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Score: 771049.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...%20comments_CO%20response.docx
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In the new Economic Program of the Government arising from the elections of 1997, the solution of these problems was set as an objective. (...) That’s why our country with a limited quantity of incoming requests a special treatment for the preparation and application of the Reference Terms, for the solution of the Foreign Debt. The solution of the problem of the Foreign Debt is focused according two viewpoints: I concerning the solution of the Foreign Debt to the members of the Paris Club. (...) This is also confirmed with the announcement of the Chief Of Paris Club for the References Terms in the solution of the Foreign Debt II concerning the solution of the Foreign Debt to the other creditors that are not members of the Paris Club.
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Score: 768075.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/alb_e/WTACCALB27_LEG_1.pdf
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Where things get more tricky is as mentioned above how we can move from the arena of challenge identification, towards actually testing some solutions that start at least doing something but ideally make an impact in respect to our humanitarian activities. (...) Don’t wed yourself to one solution or one approach but think about the types of solutions that could work. (...) ‘High Level Requirements’ or ‘Coming up with a list of what you need a solution to do’ User stories – while guiding – often don’t bring us closer to potential solutions.
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Score: 764915.97 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovati...olutions-to-the-right-context/
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What potential barriers for the success of RSTs in the Region were mentioned? a. Limited Human and financial resources (In some instances reflecting a lack of organizational commitment). b. (...) What mitigation strategies were discussed to address barriers mentioned above? a. ICAO promotion at State level of the establishment of runway safety programme b. (...) Promote and encourage implementation of solutions, such as: Training & collaboration. Runway & taxiway markings & signage.
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Score: 762377.64 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...AST/APRAST2_AI2_WP11_RRSSs.pdf
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Finally several panelists mentioned, the crisis also forces to think about how things could be done better with fewer resources. (...) Aid should match the national priorities of a country strategy and be channeled through the existing national systems. It was also mentioned that many countries do not even have their systems in place and still need “to get ready”. (...) In the following discussion with member states in particular the issues of country ownership, respect for the national priorities and less fragmentation were mentioned. In addition, Switzerland mentioned that health must be more aligned and aid for health channeled through national plans.
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Score: 761761.47 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...20trends%20in%20aid_13_786.pdf
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Under this vision, UNICEF and Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) launched in 2022 the UNICEF EdTech Award with the goal to identify entrepreneurs across the globe who are working on game-changing digital learning solutions that show greatest potential to become “Blue Unicorns” – ventures that impact at least 100 million children’s learning experiences.  (...) “When looking at UNICEF’s rubric for assessing world-class digital learning solution s, Eduten stands out thanks to its research based pedagogical approach for improving learning outcome paired with high adaptability to curricula and accessibility through different type of devices. (...) With our presence across the world and in alignment with a wide range of partners, we have the footprint to ensure innovative solutions are designed and delivered with and for the generation of children today, but also set the pace of change possible for future generations of children. 
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Score: 760464.26 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ses/unicef-edtech-award-eduten
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Members agree to put in place an interim mechanism as set out below, and to negotiate on an agreement for a permanent solution 1 , for the issue of public stockholding for food security purposes for adoption by the 11th Ministerial Conference. 2. (...) In the context of the broader post-Bali agenda, Members commit to the work programme mentioned in the previous paragraph with the aim of concluding it no later than the 11th Ministerial Conference. 10. (...) Total exports (quantity)           Notes: 1. The permanent solution will be applicable to all developing Members. back to text 2.
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Score: 760464.26 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/minist_e/mc9_e/desci38_e.htm
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The market that failed to find a solution for malaria will not free the LDCs from Covid. (...) Yet inequalities among countries is only mention, and rightly so, in reference to vaccine access. (...) How can we explain that corruption is a problem for LDCs without even mentioning that corruption, as well as tax evasion and illicit financial flows, is actively facilitated by offshore financial centers.
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Score: 759544.5 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...les/social_watch_statement.pdf
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